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Here's Why Beyoncé Is The Only Thing That's Right In This World

The Queen proved yet again that we're all just lucky to live in a world where she exists.

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But looking back on the heaping pile of garbage that was 2016, we had at least one glimmering light to show us that humanity can make great things — at least we had Beyoncé.

The whole thing had us feeling like this:

When you nail that #Beyoncé move #slay Directed by @MarqCotton @BuckeyeBond83 The reason behind it Tues at 11 @WTKR3

There's also the fact that she changed the game yet again with her entire release strategy: creating a film for an album, premiering it on HBO, then releasing the music on Tidal before the credits even rolled. #PowerMoves

Nor was being accompanied by a whole coterie of other important black women.

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Among those included were Chloe x Halle, Winnie Harlow, Wanda Johnson, Gwen Carr, Sybrina Fulton, and Lesley McSpadden-Head.

Oh, and did we mention that little ole CFDA Fashion Icon Award she found time to scoop up this year too? And the touching speech she gave about her mother and body image?

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"Thank you for showing me that having presence is about far more than the clothes you wear and your physical beauty," she said.

She basically looked her critics in the face over and over again throughout this entire year, with "Sorry" playing in the background as she Black Bill Gates'd her way to the top.

Then topped off the year with NINE Grammy nominations, cementing her place as the most Grammy-nominated artist ever and HBIC of the entire entertainment industry.

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